Clamp a Matrix

Clamp Matrix
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Welcome to the Clamp a Matrix tool! This tool enables you to limit the values in a matrix/table within a specified range.

Steps to Use the Tool:

  1. Input the values in the matrix/table cells. You can modify the default values provided in the input fields.
  2. Enter the minimum and maximum values allowed for clamping.
  3. Click on the “Clamp Matrix” button.
  4. The tool will adjust the values in the matrix/table to ensure they fall within the specified range.

Functionality of the Tool:

The tool utilizes JavaScript to extract the values from the HTML table, clamp them within the specified range, and update the table accordingly.

Benefits of Using This Tool:

  1. Data Integrity: Ensure that the data in your matrix/table remains within a predefined range, preventing outliers or incorrect inputs.
  2. Customizable Range: You can set different minimum and maximum values for clamping, providing flexibility in data control.
  3. Real-Time Updates: Clamping the matrix updates the table instantly, reflecting the adjusted values.
  4. User-Friendly: The tool offers a straightforward interface for clamping matrix/table values, making it easy to use for various applications.


Q: Can I clamp the matrix/table to a range that includes negative values? A: Yes, you can specify negative values for both the minimum and maximum ranges to clamp the matrix/table within a range that includes negative numbers.

Q: How does the tool handle non-numeric inputs or empty fields? A: Non-numeric inputs or empty fields are ignored during clamping. The tool only clamps numeric values within the specified range.

Q: Can I use this tool for matrices with a different number of columns? A: Yes, you can modify the HTML table structure and JavaScript code to accommodate matrices with a different number of columns. Just ensure that the input fields and clamping functionality are aligned correctly.